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No Distance Left to Run (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Music | 19 January 2010 (UK)
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An insightful rockumentary looking at the history of the British rock band, Blur, as they head out on the road for their 2009 reunion tour.
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Cast overview:
Damon Albarn ... Self (as Damon)
Mike Smith Mike Smith ... Self - Keyboards
Wayne Hernandez Wayne Hernandez ... Self - Backing Vocals
Sam Freeman Sam Freeman ... Self - Backing Vocals
Wendi Rose Wendi Rose ... Self - Backing Vocals
Janet Ramus Janet Ramus ... Self - Backing Vocals
Dave Williamson Dave Williamson ... Self - Trombone
Daniel Carpenter Daniel Carpenter ... Self - Trumpet
Alistair White Alistair White ... Self
Phil Daniels ... Self - Guest Vocals


An insightful rockumentary looking at the history of the British rock band, Blur, as they head out on the road for their 2009 reunion tour.

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A film about Blur


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Performed by Blur
Music by Damon Albarn (as Albarn)/Graham Coxon (as Coxon)/Alex James (as James)/Dave Rowntree (as Rowntree)
Song by Damon Albarn (as Albarn)
Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd
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A portrait of an era
3 August 2010 | by paul2001sw-1See all my reviews

Blur were a pop band, influential in the "Britpop" movement celebrated by the press, and briefly the most famous band in Britain. Eclipsed by Oasis, they descended into turmoil and drugs, but continued to make interesting music; I was never a fan, but can acknowledge their interest in musical experimentation. After eventually splitting up, they reunited to play some widely acclaimed comeback gigs last year, and this documentary follows this tour while recalling the band's history. And it's actually a fascinating story; not too self-aggrandising, it's a tale of four mates who became inadvertently famous, and an insight into how people deal, or don't deal, with such a transformation. At one point, one of the band members refers to a documentary about the band Metallica, which revealed it's members to be self-obsessed, business-oriented and utterly unappealing; by contrast, Blur all seem very human, even front-man Damon Albarn. But it's shy guitarist Graham Coxon who steals the show, he seems the unlikeliest of pop stars, which explains a lot of why he found his fame so hard to deal with. I'm still don't like the music that much; but having seen this film, I kind of like the band.

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